Energy Workforce’s Leslie Beyer Named a 2022 Most Admired CEO by the Houston Business Journal

Energy Workforce & Technology Council CEO Leslie Beyer
Energy Workforce CEO Leslie Beyer

Energy Workforce & Technology Council CEO Leslie Beyer was named as a 2022 Most Admired CEO by the Houston Business Journal. She was nominated for her leadership and positioning Energy Workforce as a leading provider of critical information, resources and best practices in the energy services sector, further enabling this vital industry to meet the growing demand for affordable, reliable energy.

“I am honored and humbled to be included with such an outstanding and accomplished group of awardees. I am very proud to represent the energy services industry in Houston and beyond, and this recognition is greatly appreciated.”

Leslie Beyer, CEO, Energy Workforce & Technology Council

In her nomination letter, Board Co-Chair Michael Reeves, President & CEO, Shawcor, stated, “Leslie Beyer consistently demonstrates an unwavering commitment to the sector, a relentless work ethic and an ability to build and lead talented teams in the face of substantial adversity. Her overall leadership across the energy services sector, championing our workforce and the clean energy technology innovators within it, have significantly elevated the industry’s standing in the eyes of policy makers and the public.”

Energy Workforce Advisory Board Member Soma Somasundaram, President & CEO, ChampionX, is also being honored.

This is the Houston Business Journal’s fifth-annual Most Admired CEO Awards. The panel of judges looked for characteristics such as contribution to company success, civic involvement, career achievement and other leadership qualities in making their choices.

The honorees will be recognized in a special section of the Houston Business Journal’s and at an awards luncheon on September 1 in Houston. 


Corry Schiermeyer, Senior Director Communications, writes about governmental policies for the Energy Workforce & Technology Council. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.
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